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Thorne leaves non-exec role at Cadbury

Former Ladbrokes FD Rosemary Thorne steps down from her non-exec position at confectionery giant, as term of appointment draws to an end

Rosemary Thorne has resigned from her non-executive director’s role at
Cadbury Schweppes.

The FTSE 100 chocolate producer made the
announcement
within the last few hours.

Thorne has served on Cadbury’s audit, nomination and remuneration committees
since 2004.

Cadbury chairman Sir John Sunderland said: ‘On behalf of the board, I would
like to
thank Rosemary for her contribution to the board over the past three years, and

for her service on its audit, nomination and remuneration committees. I wish

her well for the future.’

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